Fraud and the State

6 Jun
09:00 - 10:30

Disputes involving States
Member Hosted Events

Sovereign states face a unique set of challenges in conducting litigation and arbitration, all the more so when claims are made in fraud. States and their adversaries typically have to deal with difficult legal issues including the question of authority of officials, conflict of laws, competing criminal investigations, privilege, state immunity and enforcement.

2023 saw a number of fraud claims involving states in courts and arbitral tribunals across the world, including of course the English courts. Join Peters & Peters and Serle Court Chambers over breakfast for a discussion of the issues facing states and their advisors when dealing with fraud claims involving states. 

Networking breakfast

Why not join us at the Rosewood London before the talk for a delicious buffet breakfast and some networking? 

  • 8.30am-9am: networking breakfast
  • 9am-10.30am: talk

There will also be an opportunity for further networking after the talk, should you wish to stay a bit longer.

Cancellations and queries

Please email if you have any questions about the talk or can no longer attend.

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